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In this paper, for Weibull subfamily of Morgenstern family, the joint density of the concomitants of generalized order statistics (GOS's) is used to obtain the maximum likelihood estimates (MLE) and Bayes estimates for the distribution parameters. Applications of these results for concomitants of order statistics are presented.
Bayesian estimation Concomitants Generalized order statistics Maximum likelihood estimation Morgenstern family.
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EL-Din, M. M., Ali, N. S., Amein, M., & Mohamed, M. (2016). Bayesian Inference for Concomitants based on Weibull Subfamily of Morgenstern Family Under Generalized Order Statistics. Pakistan Journal of Statistics and Operation Research, 12(1), 73-87. https://doi.org/10.18187/pjsor.v12i1.1134